What is STS-135?
This particular research compound contains the fluoropentylindole structure similar to AM-2201 as well as featuring an adamantyl carboxamide group. Known in short as STS-135 its full IUPAC name is 1- (5- fluoropentyl)-N-tricyclo[220.127.116.11, 7]dec-1-yl-1H-indole-3-carboxamide.
What is STS-135 used for?
STS-135 can be used to further research the in vitro efficacy ithas upon the cannabinoid receptors. Due to its purposed non-selectivity it maybe useful for researchers to use STS-135 upon both cannabinoid receptors. This could be done by applying STS-135 to a synthetic membrane infused with CB1 and CB2 receptors to measure the affinity and any other parameters of interest.
STS-135 may be used by chemical catalogue companies to analyse it using NMR, GC/MS, FTIR or HPLC. This analysis can be used by toxicology and forensic scientists as a reference for comparison. Chemists may also use STS-135 as primary reagent for their specific studies.
STS-135 is active at very low quantities (0.02g). Researchers must be equipped with accurate weighing scales in the 0.001g range to use this research chemical.
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